Happy Independence Day and National BBQ Spareribs Day!
While there is certainly no shortage of reasons to celebrate the 4th of July- we thought we’d share a couple more lesser known “National Holidays”! In addition to Independence Day, July 4th is also National Barbecued Spareribs Day, National Caesar Salad Day, Sidewalk Egg Frying Day and National Country Music Day!
Here are a few of our favorite recipes to help you celebrate all that this day has to offer:
Did you know?
The most popular BBQ holidays, in order, are:
- July 4th – 71%
- Memorial Day- 57%
- Labor Day- 55%
The most popular grilling foods, in order, are:
- Burgers 85%
- Steak 80%
- Hot Dogs 79%
- Chicken 73%
National Spareribs Day
- Applebees Baby Back Ribs– Love the taste of Applebees, but prefer to enjoy that savory flavor from your own grill? Try this dead-on copycat Recipe
- BB Kings BBQ Ribs
- Chilis Babyback Ribs Recipe
- Provencal Sauce for Grilled Ribs
- Slow Cooker Ribs
- Teriyaki Pork Ribs
- 30 Minute BBQ Ribs
If you’re not really in the mood for ribs, we highly recommend these delicious Burger Recipes . . .
Other National Holidays on July 4th
National Caesar Salad Day:
Sidewalk Egg Frying Day:
It’s so hot you could fry an egg on the sidewalk?!! Well, it’s true, the 4th of July IS so hot you could fry an egg on the sidewalk, so it’s no wonder or surprise that the fourth of July is also Sidewalk Egg Frying day. Incidentally, in case you’re wondering when this began, the earliest reference to this claim took place on June 11, 1899 in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
In case you’re thinking of giving this one a try, an egg must hit a temperature of at least 158F in order to coagulate and become firm.
National Country Music Day
: What better way to celebrate the 4th than with Music from Great Artists like Toby Keith!
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